British Columbians’ Perspectives and Engagement on Global Issues in Light of COVID-19 | Audio & Presentation

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented immense challenges and injustices, while also highlighting acts of resilience and possibilities to transition to a more social and environmentally just society. This context of challenge and possibility has led to new and renewed questions around how to navigate these times to promote a just, sustainable and resilient future. 

For BCCIC, these questions prompted primary research to explore current public perspectives and to support thriving public engagement and global citizenship initiatives, especially considering the perspectives of British Columbians who are typically less engaged in international cooperation.

In this podcast episode, the lead writer and researcher of the report, Kaylie Higgs, shares key findings and recommendations from this research.

You can also access the full report here, or check out the presentation which the podcast is based on below.